German tuner PP-Performance has been working on the new BMW M4 and its twin-turbo straight-six engine for a while, and now they are proud to present two stages of tune for it with up to 588 horsepower. And they are already working on a third stage with even more powerrr.
The standard M4 engine, which also powers the M3 sedan, delivers a healthy 430 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque. That is enough to catapult the car from 0 to 100 km/h in about 4.1 seconds with the dual-clutch transmission, so it’s not a slouch.
PP-Performance BMW M4, as mentioned, comes with two power upgrade kits. Stage 1 offers a significant increase to 520 PS with 610 Nm, which thanks to extensive electronic modifications translates into a top speed of 320 km/h.
PP-Performance BMW M4 Stage 2, meanwhile, offers an astonishing 588 PS and 740 Nm of torque. And these figures are all dyno tested. Still, Stage 2 is only good for bragging rights, since its effect on the car’s performance is miniscule (top speed 324 km/h). So you may want to hold on for Stage 3.